Take in the exquisite Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance-style buildings on a free 2-hour walking tour of the historic centre of Krakow and see for yourself why it was listed a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1978.
Free Walking Tour of Krakow
Begin your free walking tour between St. Florian’s Gate and the Barbican, where you can immediately discover the traces of the important medieval city Krakow once was, by the old entrance to the walled city.
Then, over two hours you will learn about the city’s rich history and anecdotes accompanied by your knowledgeable English-speaking guide. Head back to the city's 15th and 16th-century heyday, when Copernicus himself walked streets packed with exotic goods and foreign merchants, seeking their fortune.
Marvel at the numerous landmarks, including the Main Market Square with St Mary's church, Cloth Hall, the Cathedral and Castle courtyard. Then onwards to the tragedy of the Second World War in Poland, the communist regime and even the story of Karol Wojtyła, a man better known as Pope John Paul II.
Groups of over 6 people will not be allowed to participate in the Free Walking Tour. If you are a large group, check out our private tours of Krakow.
All of our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations regarding protective material and safety to help avoid the spread of Covid-19.
Free tours do not have a fixed price, rather each person offers the guide the amount they consider appropriate, depending on their level of satisfaction.
2 hours 30 minutes.
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in english.
Expert local guide.
When to book?
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Frequently asked questions
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.
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If you are not able to attend the tour, please cancel your reservation, otherwise the guide will be waiting for you.
Between St. Florian’s Gate and the Barbican